• fall foliage Seoul 2019

    Peak fall foliage is upon the peninsula and enjoying the colors should be everyone’s top priority. Here is where you should be headed to see beautiful red, orange, yellow and purple leaves or browning silver grass and autumn blooms. Wherever you choose to go this season, make sure to get outside and take pleasure in the autumn sunsets, breezes and colorful fall views around the city of Seoul. Now is the time!

  • picture South Korea gender discrimination F-1 visa

    An appellate court said it is discriminator to only allow women to qualify for an F-1 visa that is given to a family member of a foreign immigrant who is married to a Korean. The Seoul High Court said Monday it reversed a local court decision to rule in favor of a Vietnamese man against the immigration authorities.

  • ASEAN-Korea summit culinary culture

    On November 25 and 26, leaders of Korea and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will flock to the Korean port city of Busan for the ASEAN-Korea Commemorative Summit to mark the 30th anniversary of the partnership between the two sides. It will be a landmark event representing the government’s New Southern Policy, which is President Moon Jae-in’s initiative proclaimed in 2017 to enhance relations with ASEAN member nations

  • US golfer Gillman LPGA South Korea

    Standing on the tee at the 180-yard, par-3 13th hole during the second round of the BMW Ladies Championship on Friday, all Kristen Gillman wanted to do was hit a high shot into the wind and let the ball land softly on the green. It didn’t just drop on the green. The ball went into the hole for the American’s golfer’s first ace ever.

  • Seoul culture agenda 2019

    Beautiful Thursday Concert Series: Kim Tae-hyung
    Kumho Art Hall features a performer every Thursday to spread classical music culture in Korea. Pianist Kim Tae-hyung will be one of the upcoming performers in this series. Kim first debuted as a soloist in the Kumho Prodigy Concert Series in 2000. He studied at the Korean National University of Arts and later in Germany and Russia.

  • Dual citizenships among South Koreans

    More than 85,000 South Korean nationals hold citizenship in another country, a number that is increasing every year, Justice Ministry data showed Sunday.
    Documents provided for the ongoing parliamentary audit said 85,965 South Koreans held dual citizenship as of the end of August this year, up from 15,235 in 2011.

  • UK punk 1st Korea tour

    Punk certainly no longer seems the music of rebellious youth. The first generation of 1970s-era punks are pushing retirement age and the youth opt for well-manicured, obedient boy bands. Duncan Reid, formerly known as Kid Reid, bassist and singer of 1976-formed punk band The Boys, has lived a lot and established quite a legacy.

  • world No. 1s men's golf South Korea

    How often do you get to see the likes of Brooks Koepka, Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Gary Woodland, Phil Mickelson and Sergio Garcia in the same field in South Korea? The PGA Tour will make its lone annual stop this week on the resort island of Jeju, where the Club at Nine Bridges will host the CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges from Thursday to Sunday. The no-cut event will be the sixth tournament of the 2019-2020 season.

  • Opinions

    Today’s interview is with Kierra Ivy, an American expat who is living in South Korea.

  • Japanese car sales in South Korea

    Japanese car sales in South Korea fell again last month, as a trade row between the two countries continues to simmer. Toyota sales slumped 62% in September from a year earlier, while Nissan and Honda also saw sales drop. The declines came despite a rise in sales of foreign cars overall in South Korea last month.

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